Ohio State Buckeyes tied for sixth in NCAA women's golf regional
Ohio State jumped two spots after 36 holes of the NCAA Ann Arbor women's golf regional Tuesday after a second-round score of 304 (20-over). The Buckeyes are tied for sixth with Pepperdine, Virginia Tech and UCF.
The Buckeyes, at a 36-over 604, have 18 holes remaining Wednesday to climb into the top four at the 12-team regional in order to advance to the 24-team national tournament. Washington is fifth (598) with Michigan in fourth (593).
Freshman Faith Choi matched her first-round score with another 75 to pace the Buckeyes on day two. She leads the Buckeyes at 8-over and is tied for No. 27 overall.
No. 8-ranked Virginia leads at 7-over. San Jose State (10-over) is second, followed by Arkansas (14-over).